As with WEB Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the Disneyland version of the latter will soon be switching over to a hybrid of stand-by line and virtual queue.
- Beginning Monday, November 22, Disney will be testing a hybrid of stand-by and virtual queue access for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance at Disneyland, according to the OC Register.
- Stand-by access will be used mostly on quieter days, with the virtual queue being activated only on certain days and at certain times. The previous 7am and 12pm boarding group drops will be paused during this test.
- Since this is a test, standby and virtual queue times may vary throughout the day. Certain days may utilize a hybrid of virtual and standby queues, depending on demand.
- One change is that visitors will need to be inside Disneyland to access the Rise of the Resistance 12pm drop of the virtual queue.
- Guests who have a virtual queue boarding group may enter the attraction through the virtual queue return line during the designated virtual queue return window, even if the attraction has transitioned to a standby queue.
- This test is partially in preparation for Disneyland’s rollout of the Disney Genie+ service.
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